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Natasa Theodoridou


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Natassa Theodoridou (Νατάσα Θεοδωρίδου, Θεοδωρίδου Νατάσα, Natása Theodōrídou), born October 24, 1971 in Thessaloniki, is a well known Greek singer and the only female Greek artist to have her first three albums achieve platinum status.
Theodoridou began her singing career in Thessaloniki, where she was born and raised. In 1997 she relocated to Athens where she appeared at the music hall “Handres” next to other big Greek singers such as Antonis Remos, Labis Livieratos and Triantafilos. This opportunity led to more massive recognition for her, and multiple professional singing offers. Her high quality performance on stage along with her magnificent voice and style led to her selftitled album was released in August 1997 and became gold and platinum in no time, establishing Theodoridou as one of the biggest names in the Greek music scene. Her second album Defteri Agapi (Second Love) was released in 1998, which became a gold then platinum record.
Theodoridou has worked with numerous well known composers and songwriters who had helped her set new standards in local music repertoire. Giorgos Theofanous, Giorgos Moukidis, Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Mihalis Hatzigiannis, Evi Droutsa, Natalia Germanou and Triantafilos are only a few of the songwriters that have worked with Natassa.
she married with Foustanos(AΝΤΡΕΑΣ ΦΟΥΣΤΑΝΟΣ πολυ γνωστος πλαστικος χειρουργος) and they have a child from this marriege.
1997 Natasa Theodoridou Platinum
1998 Defteri Agapi Platinum
2000 Tha Miliso Me T’Asteria Platinum
2001 Ip’Efthini Mou Platinum

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